Differentiated instructional strategies in practice
Differentiated instruction is based on the belief that every student can learn at their best and gain necessary knowledge when they can make link of relationship between their diverse experiences and curriculum activities. Learning at the highest level occurs at the time when students are pushed to go further from the point where they don’t need any assistance. Rather than teaching simply by giving a single avenue for learning, teachers use differentiated instruction for every gifted student. Differentiated instruction requires acknowledgement, commitment and proper planning due to the fact that experiences and diverse ability can create huge impact on the learning process of students.
Differentiated instruction helps students to engage in the classroom by interacting and participating in a higher way (Gregory & Chapman, 2013). All the students have different strengths, learning styles and abilities. Classroom activities help every student to adapt to meet different styles and abilities.
Differentiated instruction helps students to encourage for challenges and complexity. It provides task that has various levels of difficulty and complexity that helps every student to increase readiness level.
Differentiated instruction helps students to support their interests and choices. It helps to provide multiple chances for every student to study and an array of extensions and application that’s helps students to enhance learning. ...Show more